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Book suggestions for a cruise on the Danube

Book suggestions for a cruise on the Danube 21st October 2017

Book suggestions for a cruise on the Danube river, from Budapest to Munich. #TFHighSeasReads.  TripFiction was created to make it easy to match a location with a book, and to help you see a location through an author’s eyes. Now imagine you’re...

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Talking to author Terry Stiastny about Conflicts of Interest

Talking to author Terry Stiastny about Conflicts of Interest 20th October 2017

Terry Stiastny worked for the BBC for many years as a journalist, spending time in Berlin and Brussels, covering politics in Westminster and reporting for Radio 4 news programmes. Her first book, Acts of Omission, was set in Berlin and London and won the Paddy...

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Talking to author David Cronin about “Balfour’s Shadow” – Middle East

Talking to author David Cronin about “Balfour’s Shadow” – Middle East 19th October 2017

Journalist David Cronin was at the Guildford Book Festival last week, talking about his latest book: Balfour’s Shadow – A Century of British Support for Zionism and Israel. ‘Britain’s foreign secretary penned the Balfour Declaration in 1917, laying the foundations for...

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7 Unforgettable Art Stops in New York

7 Unforgettable Art Stops in New York 19th October 2017

7 Unforgettable Art Stops in New York If you’re planning to go to New York, we have sourced from Wendy Dessler of Outreachmama a list of 7 unforgettable art stops in the metropolis! And also her views on how you can fly...

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Dark thriller set in Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Dark thriller set in Aldeburgh, Suffolk 18th October 2017

Sweet William by Iain Maitland. dark thriller set in Aldeburgh, Suffolk. Raymond Orrey, having murdered his wife and goodness knows what else beside (the details are deliberately sketchy), is detained under Section 37 in a secure mental institution. At the...

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